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  • Item #: 043300
    ISBN: 9780310727477
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  • Item #: 036080
    ISBN: 9781584110446
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    Here you will uncover the fact that the Bible isn’t so boring after all, as it is full of suspense, romance, adventure, humor, and most importantly, truth!

  • Item #: 059009
    ISBN: 9780310725756
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    If you have a comic book reader, the Adventure Bible Handbook might be a great way to interest them in reading stories from the Bible. Travel with the children of an archeologist throughout the Holy Land as they go in search of their missing father. In their quest to find Dad, they travel back in time with unusual tour guides who use RSP (really smart phones) devices to reach their destinations. They travel by hang glider, camel, kayak, and more, learning first-hand about places and events along the way. As unusual as this approach might seem, the Adventure Bible Handbook takes children on a chronological tour of major events. After meeting all the characters of the story, begin at the Garden of Eden, then go to the flood and see how large the ark really was; visit the Tower of Babel, meet Abraham and his family, then travel with Joseph to Egypt before moving on through other Bible events. For each stop in the story, you will not only read about the group of travelers, there will be photos of the area, items found there, explanation of unusual terms, and a Bible summary of that particular event. There may also be a scripture quotation (NIrV unless otherwise noted) or reference, so you can read more on the subject. The good news is that the children find their father, but they learn so much as they are searching.

    Some great resources are also found in this handbook. In the front of this 240-page hardcover book is a list of the pages on which you can find references to the books of the Bible (chronologically) and a list of the stories that are covered in the Adventure Bible Handbook. The back of the book includes a reading guide to the Bible, the Apostles' Creed, scripture index that tells you the page of the handbook on which you can find a particular scripture, a subject index, and a guide to the images (photos) used in the handbook. Your child can also access games and activities to accompany their Adventure Bible Handbook at www.AdventureBible.com.

    Use the Adventure Bible Handbook to get your child interested in God's Word and to introduce them to the adventure and excitement of the events that are foundational to the Christian faith. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 043301
    ISBN: 9780310727484
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  • Item #: 043697
    ISBN: 9780310715481
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    Finally! Here is a Bible that is perfect for your young reader who is too old for "picture Bibles" but too young for a "text Bible." This Bible, published by Zondervan, nicely fills in the gap by producing a nice balance of intriguing illustrations and a complete, easy to read text (which they refer to as the NIrV – the New International "readers" Version). This translation stays true to what the first writers of the Bible said, just with simpler words and shorter sentences. This makes this translation great for early readers, or those who are learning English as a second language. The youthfulness of this Bible is evident, as there are fun features littered throughout each book of the Bible. The features include "Words to Treasure" (key verses to memorize), "Did You Know?" (points out interesting facts in the Bible), "People in Bible Times" (provides mini-biographies on key characters), "Life in Bible Times" (highlights archaeological and historical information) and "Live It!" (challenges the reader to apply what they just read to their lives). This 1,520, paperback Bible also contains book introductions, an index, and a dictionary. In addition, there are full-color charts that are scattered throughout the Bible that provide additional information, eight full-color maps located at the back of the book, and a list of fun activities that provide many ideas for your child to discuss, to do, and to make! This Bible is a great way to help your early reader begin to read the Bible on their own and embark on the adventure of a lifetime! – elise

  • Item #: 025153
    ISBN: 9781600225222
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    Roaming around the country to various homeschooling conventions, I've spent my share of time on historic Route 66. However, I've never seen the theme of Route 66 used in such a fun and productive way. Oftentimes Sunday School and Bible classes get in a rut of telling the same basic stories and doing the same activities over and over again. There's no danger of that when using this fun theme, because lessons and activities are provided for every book in the Bible. Students learn about each book (author, setting, etc.), as well as important stories and lessons within them. The book seems intended to be used in a Sunday school setting, with lessons divided into three 12-week units, but it could easily be used for a Bible class with just a student or two, or each activity page could also stand alone and be used to supplement other materials. Each lesson begins with a travel guide for teachers, which includes an overview of the featured book, key verses and stories in the featured book, warm-up questions, and ideas and suggestions to help with lesson planning. The lessons can require fairly small amounts of prep work, or you can go all out with the Route 66 theme; the material is pretty flexible. Three reproducible activity pages are included in each lesson, based on that particular lesson's book of the Bible. Activities can be completed with pencil or markers and include things like crosswords, word searches, hidden pictures, fill in the blanks, short-answer questions, and more. Fuel Up pages have short answer questions challenging students to read specific verses in the Bible to find the answers. Review pages (or Remember Where We've Been? sections) are provided at the end of each unit, which offer cumulative review questions for students to answer alone or in groups. The Route 66 theme helps students feel like they're really going on an adventure as they work their way through the 66 books of the Bible. There are even instructions and reproducible pages for making a Souvenir Scrapbook, which is a creative and fun way to keep track of what they learn. If you're looking for a fun way to educate your child or Sunday School group on each book of the Bible as well as the author, era, purpose, key verse, and the main characters and stories of each book, you should definitely take a look at this book. With all of the different components, your students are sure to get a solid overview of the Bible. By Christian Ditchfield, 192 pgs, pb. ~Rachel

  • Item #: 056103
    ISBN: 9780781407274
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    Ready, Set, GO! This new devotional introduces young people to the adventure of a lifetime-the adventure of knowing and walking with God. Each week presents an illustrated story from the Old or New Testament, a memory verse, devotional thoughts ("X-Ray Vision"), an assigned mission that applies the devotional teaching, debriefing questions to inspire Biblical living, and a lessons review. There are also occasional suggested activities to share with family or creative, big picture pages with activity ideas to drive home the main point of the week.

    Let me share the distinctive nuances of this devotional. Week 35 begins with a reading of the Temptation of Christ in the Desert (based on Luke 4:1-13, Matthew 4:1-11 and John 1:35-51) from the graphically illustrated Action Bible. Following is the key memory verse Matthew 4:4 (NLT), and then X-Ray Vision shares the classic "I am your father" scene from the Star Wars movie The Empire Strikes Back, comparing this to the real life temptation of Jesus by Satan. The follow up thoughts share with young people that they can overcome temptation in the same way Jesus overcame temptation. Three mission choices are presented that focus on developing tools to overcome temptation. Debrief questions encourage them to consider whether it was easy for Jesus to face Satan's temptations, as well as how they usually try to defeat temptation and how many Bible verses do they know. Mission Accomplished journaling focuses on what they learned and what they want to remember. There is also a share the adventure activity to ask mom, dad, a sibling or friend to check up on them and help them beat an especially tough temptation. This would make an excellent devotional for the adventuring loving girls or boys in your family. References from various Bible translations. 334 pgs, sc. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 050811
    ISBN: 9780310732402
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  • Item #: 034446
    ISBN: 9781589974630
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    Learning facts and characters of the Bible has never been more fun! This CD collection has over 50 original sing-along songs. These songs will take your child on an adventurous walk starting in Genesis and going all the way through Revelations. The memorable lyrics and tongue twisters in these songs will make understanding the Bible an exciting journey. A lyric booklet is included to help you make sure you get all the words and the CDs come in a handy plastic storage case. Your children will have a blast performing for family members, at church, or just belting out the tunes in the car. ~ elise

  • Item #: 039741
    ISBN: 9781857924657
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  • Item #: 053858
    ISBN: 9781414349978
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    This exciting devotional book offers an adventure-filled approach to reading and applying life lessons from the Bible. Each story begins with a "What's Up"-a brief introduction to the context of the story they are about to read. Following the overview children read the action adventure (Bible story) from the New Living Translation. The story's main point is emphasized through a Key verse, which provides an excellent memorization opportunity for our children. Concluding each story is a "Now What" application question. This question summarizes the main point and offers insightful discussion points for parents and children. Each adventure is arranged in a 2 page layout and provides a delightful overview of the Old and New Testament for children. 215 pgs, pb. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 050813
    ISBN: 9780310732426
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  • Item #: 016597
    ISBN: 9780570075387
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    This story tells how Noah built an ark to save every creature on earth, as well as his family. Kids will enjoy reading these mini Bible books with their fun words and engaging illustrations.
  • Item #: 008200
    ISBN: 9780310728993
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      Keep your memory verses where you need them! This magnetic sticky notepad puts God’s word just where you need the daily encouragement – on the fridge, a bathroom mirror, on your alarm clock, or in a locker. 4x3” notes make a great addition to you NIV Adventure Bible, or give them as a gift set for someone special. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 041227
    ISBN: 9780570052715
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    Why not introduce your child to the letters of the alphabet and to Bible stories at the same time? The book gives you every reason to do so including reproducible patterns, daily (or however they fit into your schedule!) lessons that include movement and snacks, and an iconic-type alphabet take-along book to help remember each letter and story. For an example of the 26 lessons, I'll randomly choose "R is for Rainbow". The scripture passage is Genesis 9:1-17 and then a short song (sung to Row, Row, Row Your Boat) provides review – the Sing and Praise section. Move and Groove describes a Rainbow Run (involving streamers or scarves), Munch and Crunch is a tasty snack made from bananas, peanut butter and colored cereal circles, Do and Learn is an activity – making a large poster-size rainbow, and Make and Take is a small take-home-size rainbow made from poster board and colored tissue paper. Each section provides clear instructions and a materials list. All patterns are provided and are reproducible. Activities are multi-faceted and the focus is on active teacher-student involvement. The final project – an alphabet book – is made from small-sized (1/4 page) coloring pages that provide just the right amount of visual identity from the story along with the letter. This small book is perfect for continual review and repetition. 64 pgs, pb. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 056887
    ISBN: 9780310727439
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    ISBN: 9780736909372
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    ISBN: 9780986206689
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  • Item #: 035577
    ISBN: 9780929292649
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  • Item #: 021705
    ISBN: 9781937494018
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    We had a lot of philosophy in college while studying worldviews. This course reminds me of the approach our college used and combines philosophy with important skills that should be part of a good in-depth study: philosophy, worldview, writing, speaking and thinking. The author’s three goals for this text are for it to be easy to use, engaging and empowering; I believe she is very successful at achieving her goals. This course may be used as your primary curriculum, to which you would just add math, science and foreign language: or use it as a supplement. Guidelines for using the program either way are included in the front of the reader.

    I find the study of philosophy intriguing and have really enjoyed reading through the Reader (text) of this curriculum. Students will spend time learning about Thales, Pythagoras, Xenophanes, Heraclitus, Parmenides, Empedocles, Protagoras, and Democritus: what they really believed and what they contributed to the world. Learn how what they believed was shaped by their predecessors and how their thinking shapes culture even today. The idea behind this course is that students will be equipped to understand our changing world.

    The Reader is a spiral-bound, 125-page, softcover book that is printed with full color illustrations. There are specific components found in every lesson presented. First, the student will read the philosopher’s story (the Reader’s first component). They will find anecdotes and facts about their lives, accomplishments, beliefs and contributions in sections labeled at the top of the page – Meet the Philosopher, His Story Unfolds, Impact of Ideas, and The Story Ends. The second component is the Write, Think, and Speak sections. These are labeled down the side of the reading text and the actual assignments are found on the adjacent page. In the Write section, students will be shown the 7-step writing process, beginning with the first draft, how to build ‘pauses’ into their writing, how to polish their writing, how to critique, evaluate and revise and do a final draft for a final project. The Think section may include assignments, but also includes information for deeper thinking. Speak works to improve and enhance the student’s ability to speak orally – put their thoughts into words that sound intelligent and well thought-out. The lesson’s third item is geography. Students will learn about the geography during the featured philosopher’s life and includes a map and a short summary about the time period. On the adjacent page, students will learn about the philosopher’s School of Thought. The final section of each lesson is the Contrast section. This is where students read statements, quotations or documents from the philosopher and compare and contrast them to what the Bible says (Biblical Worldview). Scripture found in the reader and workbook is from the English Standard Version (ESV).

    The back section of the Reader is full of valuable resources. There are checklists for writing assignments and what to look for in the writing process and assignments, peer critiques, and evaluation. For each of the philosophers, writing assignments are included with the guidelines and required contents included. These are timed written assignments (15 minutes), but you could turn them into a research paper or essay if you would like a more detailed writing assignment – let them choose their favorite philosopher for a year-end project. These assignments are in addition to the writings found within the lessons. A list of recommended resources is also included, just in case your student wants to learn more in a specific area.

    A Teacher Resource CD is included inside the back cover and includes answer keys to mapping assignments, timelines, and “at-a-glance” instructions.

    The Student Workbook is more like a notebooking journal. There are formatted pages on which students answer questions from each section of the lesson and blank maps to label. The second part of the workbook is the Write, Think, Speak Journal. This journal is referenced in the lessons and this is where the students answer questions found on the Write, Think, Speak pages of the lesson. There are also the same checklists, peer critique and evaluation in the back of the student workbook as those found in the Reader. The glossary pages at the very back of the student workbook are for the student to write the meaning or definition of words. The words even have page number references to help them out. The Student Workbook is not reproducible.

    There are a couple of products referenced in the Reader and recommended for use with this study: Philippians in 28 Weeks and The Wise Woman with Literary Analysis Journal Questions. Adding these books will enhance your study.

    If you are ready to tackle a meaty study, this one is great! Well-laid out and easy-to-use, this course will engage your deep thinking high schooler. Give them a reason to write and help them put their thoughts together for a solid foundation in a rapidly changing world – all from a Biblical Worldview. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 004421
    ISBN: 9781880960097
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    ISBN: 9781880960110
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  • Item #: 036910
    ISBN: 9781880960400
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    These 12 assignments teach that God's Word comes from God, speaks for God, is pure, is sure, gives me light, keeps me right, is my delight, is my defense, is the seed of God, is the strength of prayer, is the source of faith, and is the secret of life.

  • Item #: 001624
    ISBN: 9781433502798
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    Many people question which translation of the Bible is the best or "truest." This book makes a case for an essentially literal translation, pushing translations like the KJV, NKJV, RSV, and ESV. Though the book is a bit technical, serious Bible students should find it very interesting and informative. It gives an overview of the issues, answering common questions about English Bibles, how the Bible was originally translated and modern translation processes. It explains the two main genres of Bible translation, highlights what Christians should look for, and explains why a literal translation of the Bible is the best to use in Church settings and corporate worship. If you're serious about understanding Bible translation and determining which translation is right for you, this book could be a big help. By Leland Ryken, 206 pgs, pb. ~Rachel

  • Item #: 036909
    ISBN: 9781880960424
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    Challenge your children with these scriptures that teach them how to please God. These twelve lessons help children understand that they can please God in their thought, walk, talk, trials, training, trusting, playing, praying, obeying, working, witnessing, and worshiping.

  • Item #: 028421
    ISBN: 9781595571052
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  • Item #: 056903
    ISBN: 9780310732365
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  • Item #: 004429
    ISBN: 9781880960349
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  • Item #: 036908
    ISBN: 9781880960394
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    These 12 assignments show that God made all things including the sky, earth, angels, people, night, light, good, food, lovely things, living things, salvation, and heaven

  • Item #: 007535
    ISBN: 9780825441714
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    Thirteen-year-old Amon enjoys playing with his friends, but he is eager to join his father in the temple court with the other men. Amon sacrifices his childhood—and grows up fast—when he sets out to defend his father, who has been falsely accused of a crime. Along the way, Amon witnesses the Biblical events of the Easter Story. He sees the Palm Sunday crowds, hears Jesus address the angry mob, is present during Judas' betrayal, and witnesses Jesus' death and resurrection. A devotional appears after each of the twenty-eight chapters, consisting of a Bible verse and questions for discussion or reflection. Occasional black-and-white illustrations. By Arnold Ytreeide. 191 pgs, pb. ~ Lisa